Cernunnos with Animals Statue
Sitting on a tree stump, surrounded by animals, sits Cernunnos, the Horned god of the forest from the myths of the Celts. Over crossed shaggy goat legs, a red loincloth is held in place with a golden belt. A large triskelion sits on the belt buckle, intertwining spirals swirling clockwise. His muscular torso is exposed and hairy, and a long cloak hangs down his back.
Looking forward with an air of wisdom, his majestic antlers emerge from beneath his long hair. In this left hand, he holds a red snake by its head, and in his right he holds a large bronze torc, symbolizing power and riches. Around his feet, a snake, a faun and a bear cub all frolic. Perfect for the modern pagan, this fantastic Celtic figurine is the perfect centerpiece for any altar or magickal space.
Fine cold cast resin with bronze finish and hand painted.
Appx. 9" H